Made in Ottawa, Canada
The Worm Studio is a beautiful cedar composter for your kitchen scraps to transform them into worm castings - nature's best fertilizer. The process takes a month and it does not smell because the wooden box breathes allowing for an oxygenated environment for optimal decomposition.
The multi-layer system allows the worms to migrate upwards to reach the fresh food, leaving behind the castings in the bottom layer, meaning you never have to separate the worms from the compost. When your top layer is full, simply remove the bottom layer, empty the castings, and place the layer on top of your stack to continue feeding.
📖 We will teach you how to build a successful composting habit
🌎 Planet friendly materials & plastic free
👃🏽 No bad smells
💪🏽 Easily harvest castings without separating the worms
🤓 Lifetime access to our community for knowledge and support
🧘♂️ Will improve your mood when you take a positive environmental action
👨👩👦 An activity for the entire family and a way to teach kids about science
The box is 18" x 13" wide. It is 12" tall with a flat lid and 15" tall with the rooftop garden add-on.
How it works
- You start by adding your bedding and food scraps to the bottom layer.
- When the bottom layer is full, you add the next layer on top and continue feeding.
- The worms travel upwards to the fresh food away from their poo.
- When your top layer is full, it's time to empty the compost from the bottom, and move the empty layer the top.
- Rotate the layers every 3-4 months to get about 10 L of fresh castings.
How much can I compost?
You can compost ~2 kg/week when your ecosystem is fully established, which takes between 3-6 months.
Where do I get composting worms?
Ottawa customers can order from us by adding red wigglers to your cart.
For Canadian orders, you can try to find a worm farmer locally or get it shipped from our recommended supplier, Vers Lavenir. We suggest starting out with 1/2 a pound of worms.
I like the design of the farm. A couple of the spots on the wire mesh had broken away from the screws but that probably isn’t an issue. Put the worms into the bottom section on November 20th and have seen a few when I move the corner to the area to be fed. I top up the bedding each feeding day so I hope they are happy. It’s quite interesting now so will be even better when I can add other levels. Thanks Akil.
I was always interested in vermicomposting but never took the leap to start. I saw the Box of Life at an expo and I was immediately drawn to the product and how easy it was to get started. I loved that it was made of organic materials (no plastic), and Akil answered all of my questions! I am so glad to have made the purchase. It is a treat to watch my wormies grow and decompose my food scraps. I have not yet added the other levels yet but hopefully in a while, I will have a full system going!
The Box of Life is great, keeps the worms happy. Moisture is easy to regulate, no need for spouts like other systems. Very easy to use and well crafted!
I can’t say enough good things about Box of Life! I’ve wanted to start a worm bin forever, but didn’t know where to start. Box of Life makes it so simple, and provides a lot of support for getting started and helping to troubleshoot issues. Also, the style of the worm studio blends into my home really well. I’d definitely recommend a worm studio from Box of Life!